Psychosocial Development of Princess Diana

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The Case Study of Princess Diana
Sherri Stratton
Colorado Technical University Online

PSYC101-1304B-09

Abstract
This paper will cover Princess Diana’s upbringing, childhood experience as well as her accomplishments and philosophy. It is apparently clear that she had a Humanistic perspective throughout her whole life.

The Case Study of Princess Diana

Biographical Sketch A biographical sketch is tells the story of a person’s character, life, and achievements. It is shorter and much more specific. It will provide you with information about the person, and give you a sense of their character. It can be written to give you more information about a historical figure. I choose Princess Diana because she was a very strong female. She is a very strong role model and has done a lot of humanitarian work. Upbringing. Born on July 1, 1961 as Diana Spencer. Her parents were Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and Frances Ruth Burke Roche, Viscountess Althorp(known as Honorable Frances Shand Kydd). In 1975 she became Lady Diana Spencer after her father inherited the title Earl Spencer. When she was young her parents divorced and her father ended up with custody of her and her siblings. She first went to school at Riddlesworth Hall and then to boarding school at West Heath School. She attended finishing school at Institut Alpin Videmanette in Switzerland. She then moved to London(The Biography Channel 2013).
Work. Her true calling was working with kindergarten children. Princess Diana was associated with over 150 charities and was president or patron of 90 of them. She was patron of the National AIDS Trust. She raised a lot of money for the AIDS cause. She was president of the Royal Marsden NHS Trust at an London cancer hospital. She raised money for many different children’s funds and hospitals. She did it by using her royal name Diana Princess of…...

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